Halloween Contest Winners
October 31, 2013 6:53 am
Halloween Contest 2013 - And The Winners Are...
The Renderosity Staff would like to thank everyone who participated in this year's Halloween Creative Contest!
This year's theme was: Things I've learned from watching horror movies.
To view the winners, please click on appropriate link below to view each of the three (3) categories.
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I think it is time to split the animation and the 3d still pictures into seperate categories. From the results those who don't do animation don't have much of a chance. I think there are some very good animations but there are also some very good stills that should have won also. Just my opinion but from the results of the contest it appears justified.
Congrats to the winners - each of you deserve the victory! So many great images and animations. On that topic though, I agree with beelzebulb that it might be more appropriate to seperate animations from stills. By the nature of the contest at least one animation was going to win something simply for being an animation (whether it was good or not) and likewise for the still 3D image (because of the honorable mention categories). But that's just my opinion. In the end it was a great contest and I look forward to the next one. Again, congratulations to the winners!! Fantastic work!
I just want to say thanks to the Renderosity community for my third place finish! I am thrilled and encouraged by the support, particularly since there were so many amazing entries. This contest has generated a really cool collection of images - congrats to all and thanks again! Cheers.
I too agree that the 3d and animation categories should be seperated next year, but for me it is the other way around.The size restrictions on animations force the animator to reduce the image quality far greater than still image 3d work.making it tough to compete with some of the fantastic still works! Also, it looks to me like only two animations made to the winners circle, so I don't understand how animations have a "unfair" advantage in that regaurd.Animating and rendering animation on a home pc takes week and sometimes months to complete, so as far as this years competition goes, the first place winner was well deserved. If you think animations have the advantage on winning, give it a try, it's alot of fun
Yes, I agree with Beezlebub. Split Animations and Stills, by all means, into two separate categories. When I was going through the artwork it took me awhile to figure out they were lumped together and that didn't seem to make sense. Great work, all. And a fun premise!
I'd also like to see next year a separate categories for 3D art and 3D animation instead of them being lumped together in one category. Every year that frustrates me. While it may be using the same tools, it's a different effect entirely and the things you judge by are different. It's impossible to fairly judge between them so please make separate categories! it would definitely help encourage more animation entries as well :) Lastly it was a great contest and I learned a lot-and enjoyed (mostly-haha-I'm a coward) scaring myself silly looking at all the entries. :)